ACES Color for Cinema 4D Artists – Color Grading
Chad Ashley of Greyscalegorilla has put together a vast resource about ACES color. ACES is an acronym for Academy Color Encoding System. In the article and video, he talks about the ACES system, color space, and why this is important to Cinema 4D artists. In fact, they designed ACEScg specifically for 3D artists.
Why Cinema 4D Artists Should Care about ACES
Learn about ACES
More ACES Information Resourcees
- Color Grading: What is ACES? – PremiumBeat
- Academy Color Encoding System – Wikipedia
- What Is ACES And How Do You Use It? Mixing Light
- Why Every Editor, Colorist, and VFX Artist Needs to Understand ACES – Frame.io
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